# Math Riddle # 2

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Disprove Fermats Last Theoreom

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Oh come on, cut people a little slack. Most people will not know what Fermat's last theorem is! You should have short brainteasers or stuff.

For people who want to have a go:

an + bn = cn has no solutions in positive integers a, b, c for n > 2

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Uh, I'm working on one Ph.D. at the moment, I don't really have time to start another. [smile]

Besides, I thought we finally have a proof for Fermat's Last Theorem.

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 Original post by GinkDisprove Fermats Last Theoreom

Who does not know the theorem (and the math behind) can not desprove it.
Who knows the theorem and its history will not make an attempt to resolve it (again). Especially on a game forum.

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 Original post by Anonymous PosterNo.

Why have you posted as anonymous ??? I would rate you ++++. [lol]

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 Original post by blizzard999Why have you posted as anonymous ??? I would rate you ++++.
[grin]

BTW, Gink, look I may not be speaking for everyone else, but I would be really interested to know what you have got, how you are going about disproving FLT. I honestly don't have time to give it a think now (Biology test day after tomorrow [disturbed]), but I like this kind of stuff. If you don't want to post, please keep it in mind to give me a PM.

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This might just be a lousy joke, but we all know that Andrew Wiles already proved Fermat's Last Theorem.

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